Join us Friday, July 9th as we talk with 3D Character Artist Alina Ivanchenko about the diverse art she is making for illustrations, games, and 3D printing.
During this exclusive interview, our host, Adam Hartel, will be speaking with Alina about the different ways of approaching 3D tools like ZBrush when creating art for a variety of purposes. Alina will take viewers inside her process for three different pieces: one made for a personal illustration project, another for 3D printing, and a final one for the gaming industry. With over 12 years of industry experience, Alina can speak to a multitude of art styles, from realism to stylized in both 2D and 3D. She will share a little bit of her artistic journey before highlighting projects and doing a small demo. Be sure to stick around for the whole stream to ask Alina questions in the chat.
Immediately following the interview, Adam will share a brief talk on how Gnomon is training artists for careers in film, games, and animation. The Virtual Info Session will cover:
Events with closed captioning are available via the Gnomon Facebook Live page.
Gnomon's full-time programs and 10-week individual courses are designed to develop well-rounded artists that are skilled in the diverse disciplines within 3D production. For those outside of the US, virtual classroom-style online courses are also available.
Alina Ivanchenko was born in Moscow, Russia, where she received classical art training. She taught herself computer graphics, and shortly after University, she began her career in video games as a 3D artist. In pursuit of this career path, she moved to Canada in 2012, where she has been working on AAA and Mobile projects ever since. With over 12 years of experience in the industry, Alina feels comfortable working on a multitude of art styles, from realism to stylized both in 2D and 3D. Her works were selected to Spectrum, Expose 12 and 3DCreative magazine. She is frequent guest at a CG events all over the world.
As Recruiter, Adam travels to high schools, community colleges, and trade shows to educate prospective students about Gnomon’s academic options and provide information about careers in the entertainment industry. With over two decades of experience working in nonprofit, Adam has used his skills in visual art, photography, and design to create socially conscious initiatives in collaboration with art students and professionals. He has lived and worked abroad in Norway and the Netherlands while traveling Europe as a community developer and public speaker. Adam holds a Bachelor of Arts from LIFE Pacific University.